Weekly gathering to learn Rails using web tutorials and pair programming.
Going to try something different. Setting aside Hartl tutorial this week and would like to try pair programming through a Ruby tutorial that actually does something. It is foundational material for the kind of knowledge useful to build Rails apps.
Pair programming - two people, one laptop. One types, the other talks/directs. Switch frequently. Both learn in the process. Trust me - it works beautifully.
Format - Because we'll be working at a cafe, this isn't going to be an instructor lead session, but more of a small-group workshop.
(Basic Ruby knowledge is highly encouraged. Please reach out if you'd like some help. If you'd like help with Rails/Ruby to set-up on your computer, feel free to stop by.)
Other questions, please feel free to email me!
Some basic Ruby resources - tutorials/exercises:
(really nice interactive tutorial - highly suggest - intro Ruby module is free)